Virginia Real Estate: Buyer Beware

Over the past few months, the real estate market in the Richmond area has been booming, with a surplus of demand and not enough supply of houses on the market.  Because of that, buyers have had to … [Read more...]

Grounds of Divorce in Virginia: What Constitutes Cruelty?

In Virginia, there are two general avenues by which one can obtain a divorce: No Fault or Fault Based. Both of those terms relate to the “grounds of divorce,” which is what you must prove in order for … [Read more...]

2021 Virginia Criminal Law Update: Possession of Marijuana

The 2021 General Assembly session was one of the transformative legislative sessions in recent history in the area of criminal law.  Over the next few weeks, the criminal attorneys at Winslow, … [Read more...]

2021 Virginia Criminal Law Update: Sentencing & Probation Violations

The 2021 General Assembly session was one of the transformative legislative sessions in recent history in the area of criminal law.  Over the next few weeks, the criminal attorneys at Winslow, … [Read more...]

2021 Virginia Criminal Law Update: Robbery

The 2021 General Assembly session was one of the transformative legislative sessions in recent history in the area of criminal law.  Over the next few weeks, the criminal attorneys at Winslow, … [Read more...]

2021 Virginia Criminal Law Update: Police Stops

The 2021 General Assembly session was one of the transformative legislative sessions in recent history in the area of criminal law.  Over the next few weeks, the criminal attorneys at Winslow, … [Read more...]

Equitable Distribution: What is Hybrid Property?

When spouses in Virginia get divorced, they may ask the court to divide their property. The process of division of property is called “equitable distribution” in Virginia. This process is governed by … [Read more...]

Alcoholic Drinks To-Go in Virginia

As Covid-19 restrictions lift across the Commonwealth, many citizens are looking forward to socializing in settings that have been closed or limited for the past year. Local restaurants and bars are … [Read more...]

Beneficiary Forms: An important piece of Estate Planning

Beneficiary forms - transfer on death designations (TOD), pay on death designations (POD), or just "beneficiary" forms in general - are all helpful tools when putting an estate plan in place. When you … [Read more...]

The Power of Partition

There comes a day in many of our lives when you are talking with friends, family-members or roommates and you all decide it would be an amazing idea to all split the cost of something expensive.  That … [Read more...]